Structured Water Definition

Updated on March 29, 2022

Most people think of the formula for water as H2O, but the water in rain, rivers, and springs is different, it is H3O2, a form of water that is beyond liquid, solid and vapor. This 4th phase of water, between liquid and ice, is known by many names including structured water, EZ water, gel water, vortexed water, and hexagonal water and is known for its ability to store and release energy. H3O2, or structured water, is the reason why plants love rain; it is energized and hydrating, as nature intended it to be.

When water is structured and forms H3O2, the water bonds together and creates a hexagonal shape with each bond, allowing the molecules to become energized like little batteries. Because the water is bonded together, it is able to carry information and move within living cells more efficiently. Structured water is created naturally by the hydrological cycle. The sun, atmosphere, rain, tumbling rivers, and minerals structure it. Structured water can also be created in your home by vortexing the water and using crystals that hold electromagnetic energy, so you never have to go without water that hydrates like a fresh mountain stream.

Behind what meets the eye, water holds many mysteries that have yet to be discovered. The key to hydration and the hexagonal structure may be one of the biggest discoveries yet.

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